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Student support

Student Advisors - School of Education

Student Advisors are your very own contact person within the School who can assist with your questions and issues directly, and who can refer you to the appropriate person or service you need to help you get through those first bumps in the road of your learning journey.

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  • Click here for practical information about the ACADEMIC support that Murdoch offers to its education students.
  • For current (enrolled) students, make sure to check your LMS Community Hub (on Moodle) for regular updates and info from the student advisor team. Click here.
  • Your Student Advisors also organise EVENTS for students throughout the year, ihncluding practical tips to help you with career development and classroom experience units. Click here to see what's planned for this year (with more to come!)

    Email:
    EDAdvisor@murdoch.edu.au
    Visit: Education & Humanities Building, Room 2.002
    Telephone: 9360 7558 / 9360 7460  /

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Mentoring Program

The School of Education Mentoring Program is an opportunity for first year students to meet with experienced students in their school so as to share experiences and help each other with any questions or issues as they adjust to University life. Students meet every week for 45 minutes to an hour.

Some of the benefits to getting involved in the mentoring program include:

  • Making friends
  • Gaining knowledge and skills from experienced students
  • Collecting resources and advice on University services
  • Becoming part of the school community
  • Free weekly activities

To learn more about this opportunity you can check out the Mentoring Hub: https://moodleprod.murdoch.edu.au/course/view.php?id=3556
To secure your spot in a group you can contact your Student Advisor at EDAdvisor@murdoch.edu.au

Students enrolled prior to 2014

Please read our advice to students enrolled in Education prior to 2014, by clicking here.

Research Student Support

Kayo Miyamoto

Kayo Miyamoto

Research & Training Assistant
4th Floor (Room 4.024), Education and Humanities Building, South Street Campus
Telephone: 9360 6595

email: k.miyamoto@murdoch.edu.au

Student Learning

The Student Learning Centre welcomes all students and provides academic assistance and advice to postgraduate and undergraduate students. They offer workshops, consultations, quick tips for studying successfully and ways to boost your academic skills.+ more

Student Guild Assist Team

The Guild Student Assist Team is available to assist all Murdoch students with academic related issues, as well as student life issues in general such as accommodation, finances and welfare. + more

Murdoch Volunteering Hub

Murdoch Student Guild manages the Murdoch Volunteering Hub, helping you find relevant volunteering experiences that can add value to your degree and the community. + more

Careers and Employment Centre

Located on the Murdoch South Street Campus, the Careers Centre offers a library of information on employers, career choices and overseas opportunities; job-seeking material; and computer terminals for easy access to employers' web sites and to assist in preparing job applications. + more

Click here for the Education Job Search Toolkit.

An online job board is available to students by registering on www.careerconnect.murdoch.edu.au

Health and Counselling Services

A medical service with bulk-billing doctors and counselling clinic are both available on-campus for students. The counselling clinic offers a free and confidential service for Murdoch students, and runs various workshops such as Mindfulness for Academic Success. + more